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Co-Parenting: A Primary Focus of this Blog
As a family law attorney, divorced mother of one, married stepmother of one and mother of whom I will lovingly call the “linking child” (i.e. the child of a second marriage where one or both spouses have children from a prior marriage),View Article
Co-Parenting Rules: A Father’s Right to Be Present in Delivery Room
A divorced couple is expecting a child. The father wants to be fully involved, but the mother is upset and won't allow him attend the prenatal appointments. He's worried she won't allow him to be present in the delivery room as well.
Child Support Nevada - Modification in High Income Cases
The ex-husband's income has substantially increased, and the wife wonders whether the child support should increase as well.
I got married on December 31, 2016 in Costa Rica. The wedding was very expensive and included 120 of our closest friends and family. Six months prior he had mentioned the idea of a prenup but I did not think he was serious and we did not discuss it again.
Try to come to an agreement with your spouse about alimony and child support, at least temporarily.
When preparing for separation and divorce, divide up your bank accounts.
When going through a divorce, don't forget to take care of yourself.